Printing, Stationery, Packaging & Labeling Design
Printing is the art of getting your ideas and branding on products in an effective manner. It is great if you have a good logo and brand, but if you cannot bring that to the end user in a meaningful way, all of your time and effort is wasted.
I have the skills needed to bring my art to anything you might need printed. I am skilled at designing business cards, letterhead, brochures, PowerPoint presentations and email signatures or swag like embroidered tee-shirts and hats, pens, coffee mugs and widgets.
Michigan produces a whole lot more than cars and car parts. Are you showing your company and its products in their best light? Let me have a look and we can work together to make all of your labeling and packaging stand out in the crowd.
No matter what needs you have, I can produce simple, effective, printing design that will get you noticed.
Print Materials Portfolio:
Printed Materials Project: Eventize - 2009
Once Marco Raddatz and Tillmann Bielefeld of eventize.de got their site up and running they needed collateral materials including tee-shirts, business cards, banners, and event tags to go with their logo.
We worked together to use the branding we worked on to show their company to the best effect. The image attached shows some of the products emblazoned with the eventize.de logo.Visit Eventize.de
Bill's Dirt Works Printing Project -2009
Bill Kenner of Thompsonville, Michigan needed business cards and stationery after I designed his logo and branding scheme. We decided to start off with letterhead and business cards but will likely continue later with t-shirts, mugs, hats and brochures.
Business cards and letterhead are often overlooked avenues for marketing. We used the styles sheet created in the branding project to insure that all of the materials carried the same theme and used the specific color palette chosen for his project. The backside of his cards show a wide variety of the services he offers so no one will receive a card and wonder what he does.
Benton Clay Printing Project - 2009
After Dave Lawson of Benton Clay and I worked together to perfect his brand we moved on to working with his printing needs. Dave had some unique needs for to get his brand on some pretty diverse products like round labels on soap and imprinted into his custom clay shaving mugs.
The fun part about this business is that you never know where the next project will lead you and your design. Having a logo I designed displayed on an old fashion shaving mug is just really cool.Follow Benton Clay on Twitter